.ee zone file publicly available as of 5 July
Publishing the zone file will contribute to the development of the internet in Estonia, enable the analysis of the data, and allow its use in research, studies and business, plus enable the archiving of websites of greater importance. For example, banks will have better opportunities for monitoring potential phishing attempts or registrations made to take advantage of spelling errors. Smart domain name generators and DNS-based firewalls are also examples of services where the publishing of the zone file will contribute to development.
There is no confidential information in the zone file, and it is also no longer possible to find personal data relating to the domains in the zone file from the public domain search database WHOIS. The zone file is not an exhaustive list of .ee domains. If the domain has been registered without name server records, or such records have been removed from the existing domain, it is not included in the zone file. If you have any questions about the adding or removing of name servers, please turn to your registrar or service provider. Domains in suspension or deletion proceedings are also not included in the file.
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We will increase the openness of .ee namespace and publish a .ee zone file, which is essentially a text file of information on domain names and the services relating to the names. The data contained in the zone file has so far only been accessible by single queries through the domain search database WHOIS; after the opening of the file, it will be available as a collection from 5 July.
ICANN accredited registrar Lexsynergy added .ee to its portfolio of domains. Lexsynergy offers online brand protection services within the domain space, as well as DNSSEC full service to customers. See more www.lexsynergy.com.
March 2019, all expiring .ee domains will go to the domain auction in the .ee